Eman Tadros, Ph.D., IMFT |Therapist
Eman is an ESFJ who loves serving others and cares deeply about those around her. Eman believes in having a strong therapeutic alliance and making sure her client's needs and goals are met. Eman loves to travel, explore new places, and hang out with her family.
Eman received her Ph.D. at The University of Akron in Counselor Education & Supervision: Marriage and Family Therapy/ Counseling. She is currently an adjunct professor at Cleveland State University, John Carroll University, and Middlesex County College. Her research follows the trajectory of incarcerated co-parenting, incorporating family therapy into incarcerated settings, and family systems theories within these settings. Eman is also Myers Briggs certified.
She has worked in many settings during her career including agencies, hospitals, incarcerated facilities, clinics, schools, and private practice. Eman provides a variety of clinical services including individual, couples, and family therapy. Please contact Eman for counseling sessions or for professional collaboration.